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Old 03-06-2009, 08:47 AM   #1
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So I am new to nitro R/C and I have picked up an Xray Xb808 buggy and now I am trying to decide which engine/pipe I want to go with. My price range for the engine is about 0-320 on the pipe anything around 100 or so is ok. A description of the track from another thread is.

The track is elevated 5 feet higher in the back than the front(the grade), in addition to that we have on the two back corners 4-5 foot elevated corners. 12-14 foot lanes, 25-30 foot table top, 80 foot stretch after you land that, 110' main stretch, you run uphill and down hill with drop offs, 50-60' long rythem section, and a 45' long section of a special blend of dirt that was lightly packed...this area is called "the pit" and will be ever changing lines.

I would post a picture but I don't have enough posts yet.
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So I am new to nitro R/C and I have picked up an Xray Xb808 buggy and now I am trying to decide which engine/pipe I want to go with. My price range for the engine is about 0-320 on the pipe anything around 100 or so is ok. A description of the track from another thread is.

The track is elevated 5 feet higher in the back than the front(the grade), in addition to that we have on the two back corners 4-5 foot elevated corners. 12-14 foot lanes, 25-30 foot table top, 80 foot stretch after you land that, 110' main stretch, you run uphill and down hill with drop offs, 50-60' long rythem section, and a 45' long section of a special blend of dirt that was lightly packed...this area is called "the pit" and will be ever changing lines.

I would post a picture but I don't have enough posts yet.
Thanks in advance,
Jason

Jason, look at the NR N21 engine, this is a great motor and is priced just right to allow your self to grap a ofna 086 pipe and header, or the RB S5, both these motor;'s are very fast witout being overpowering, and will move the 808 very well, they tune very easy and last a good while, perfect for a first engine, i am sending you a PM about the RB.
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